Step 1: Measure and mark the fabric into a 9 inches width and 14 inches length piece. Mark allowances, one inch to the width side and one inch to the length side. You only need allowances for 2 sides. Now the total length of the fabric is 15 inches and the width should be 10 inches. Cut along the marked lines with pinking shears. Trim the other two sides that doesn’t have the allowances with pinking shears as well.
Step 2: Fold the fabric over from the length side which measures 15 inches, exposing the one inch allowances from the 10 inch width side. Use pins to secure. Mark 1 inch on the other side which has 2 layers of fabric and draw a line as shown. Now, this will measure 7 inches in width and 10 inches in length.
Step 4: Staple a bit close together along the hems. This measures 7 inches in width and 9 inches in length.
Step 5: Turn the sack inside out. This measures approximately 6 inches in width and 8 inches in length.
Step 6: Cut a strip of fabric with pinking shears, that measures 1 inch width and 20 inches in length, to tie around the Goody Sack. A good enough length is fine as long as you can make a nice bow.
Step 7: Fill it with your favorite goodies and tie around the midsection and secure with a bow
It’s a very cute and a fun way for kids of all ages to celebrate their parties and gift giving! And no plastic!!
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